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  • Nicki Reisberg

Kids' Online Safety (with Senator Blackburn)




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Show Notes


I was honored to welcome Senator Marsha Blackburn for an important conversation about the safety of our children online.


Together, we address the dangers of social media for children and the fight against sextortion. Senator Blackburn emphasizes the need for online safety legislation, accountability for social media platforms, and the importance of parental support in passing much-needed bills like the Kids Online Safety Act (KOSA).


Our legislators can't do it alone. They need to hear from parents like us. Parents' voices are what's going to make a difference in the fight for our childrens' safety online. Contact your representative (both the House and the Senate) and tell them to support KOSA!


Parents: Make Your Voices Heard

As a reminder, you have 2 Senators and a member of the House of Representatives of your district. Here are instructions on how to contact your specific representatives:

  • Contact your Representative in the House: Visit house.gov and enter ZIP code at the top right to find your representative

  • Contact your Senators: Visit senate.gov and use the state drop down at the top of your screen


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About Senator Blackburn:

U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn was sworn in to the Senate in January 2019. Before her election to the Senate, Marsha represented Tennessee’s 7th Congressional District.


Marsha’s public service is dedicated to promoting opportunities for women and making America a more prosperous place to live. Marsha’s leadership philosophy is based on her experiences in the private sector as a small business woman and author, as well as being a mother and grandmother. More about Senator Blackburn here.

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